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" That will not suffer you to square yourselves, But to your wishes' height advance you both. The emperor's court is like the house of fame, The palace full of tongues, of eyes, of ears : The woods are ruthless, dreadful, deaf, and dull; There speak, and... "
The Doubtful Plays of William Shakspeare - Page 335
by William Shakespeare - 1887 - 375 pages
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Jahrbuch, Volume 36

Deutsche Shakespeare-Gesellschaft - 1900
...— — Yet in the House of Fame, and courts of kings &c. The Garter, lines 172—173, & 339. Aaron. The emperor's court is like the House of Fame, , The palace full of tongues, of eyes, of ears. Titus And., Act 2, So. 1, 1. 126—127. »ther association in both pieces is the following: — As...
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The Works of William Shakespeare, Volume 11

William Shakespeare - Drama - 1901
...vengeance consecrate, Will we acquaint with all that we intend; And she shall file our engines with advice, That will not suffer you to square yourselves, But...house of Fame, The palace full of tongues, of eyes and ears: The woods are ruthless, dreadful, deaf and dull; There speak, and strike, brave boys, and...
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The Temple Shakespeare, Volume 35

William Shakespeare, Sir Israel Gollancz - 1901
...consecrate, Will we acquaint with all that we intend ; And she shall file our engines with advice, That will not suffer you to square yourselves, But...house of Fame, The palace full of tongues, of eyes and ears : The woods are ruthless, dreadful, deaf and dull; There speak, and strike, brave boys, and...
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The Works of William Shakespeare ...

William Shakespeare - Drama - 1901
...vengeance consecrate, Will we acquaint with all that we intend; And she shall file our engines with advice, That will not suffer you to square yourselves, But...house of Fame, The palace full of tongues, of eyes and ears: The woods are ruthless, dreadful, deaf and dull; Therespeak,andstrike,braveboys,andtakeyour...
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The Usurper

William John Locke - English fiction - 1902 - 356 pages
...it, well, it's Mr. Vellacot's business to know everything. There 's precious little we don't know. ' The Emperor's court is like the house of Fame, The palace full of tongues and eyes and ears.' ** " Have you lost your memory ? " asked Jasper. Burke did not meet his glance....
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Christopher Marlowe and his associates

John Henry Ingram - Dramatists, English - 1904 - 305 pages
...therefore may be wooed ; 1S4 She is a woman, therefore may be won,' and in Aaron's statement that ' The emperor's court is like the house of Fame, The palace full of tongues, of eyes, of ears," and so forth, and there are also traces of Marlowe's work in this most repulsive of all plays, but...
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The Lamentable Tragedy of Titus Andronicus

William Shakespeare - Generals - 1904 - 128 pages
...vengeance consecrate, Will we acquaint with all that we intend; And she shall file our engines with advice, That will not suffer you to square yourselves, But to your wishes' height advance you both. 125 The emperor's court is like the house of Fame, 112. solemn] grand, as being held in honour of the...
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Shakespeare's books: a dissertation on Shakespeare's reading and ..., Volume 1

Henry R. D. Anders - 1904 - 316 pages
...i, 11. 159—179 have been appositely compared with Merch. Tale (E. 22G4—2275). THE HOUSE OF FAME. The emperor's court is like the house of Fame, The palace full of tongues, of eyes, and ears. (Tit. Andron. II, i, 126.) We have here a reference to Chaucer's famous poem. We do, indeed,...
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The Works of Shakespeare, Volume 33

William Shakespeare, William James Craig, Robert Hope Case - 1904
...vengeance consecrate, Will we acquaint with all that we intend; And she shall file our engines with advice, That will not suffer you to square yourselves, But to your wishes' height advance you both. 125 The emperor's court is like the house of Fame, no. lingering languishment] along 120. sacred} devoted...
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Shakespeare's tragedy of Titus Andronicus

William Shakespeare - Andronicus, Titus (Legendary character) - 1906 - 205 pages
...consecrate, Will we acquaint with all that we intend ; And she shall file our engines with advice, That will not suffer you to square yourselves, But...house of Fame, The palace full of tongues, of eyes, and ears. The woods are ruthless, dreadful, deaf, and dull; There speak, and strike, brave boys, and...
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